What is CAMP at NMSU

New Mexico State University’s College Assistance Migrant Program (NMSU CAMP) is a federally-funded program to help migrant or seasonal farm worker students attend college. Our goal is to ensure each CAMP scholar graduates from NMSU with a bachelor’s degree. We offer the first line of support for incoming freshmen to succeed during their first year. We also strive to continue supporting CAMP students to guarantee that they receive the academic guidance to graduate from NMSU.

 Milton Hall EntranceCAMP Office Entrance

Our History

Since 2002, the College Assistance Migrant Program at New Mexico State University has served the post-secondary educational needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers, dairyworkers, and ranchworkers from across New Mexico and far West Texas. We are truly pleased to continue honoring our NMSU CAMP mission: to recruit, retain, and graduate farmworker students at NMSU.

Dr.B and Students